By Miranda Larbi in the Metro.
Spring is here and nothing marks the beginning of the season like daffodils.
They’re the cheeriest flowers out there – you know Easter’s on its way when M&S start selling buckets of them at their counters.
But residents of Hull don’t have to go far to find a bunch. The city centre has been overrun by Lego daffodils as part of a temporary installation for Hull’s City of Culture 2017 event.
King Edward Square has been covered in 1,700 daffodils made from nearly 150,000 Lego bricks.
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